2019 heads into the rear view, and I take one last look at it before launching into 2020.
Wherein I explain why I get up at 3:30 most days to write, and what I REALLY think about that.
My monthly writing report for August, 2019, or “How I Learned to Reduce Worrying and Love the Business Side of Writing.”
My writing report for the month of May, 2019.
My writing report for April, and why it’s the cruelest month.
My monthly (or in this case two months, because I’ve been a slacker) writing report.
My monthly writing report for January, 2019.
I didn’t really close out December in my previous message, so let’s do that now. Writing Conferences/Workshops/Classes: None attended this month. I did receive a copy of Beginnings, Middles, & Ends, by Nancy Kress, for Christmas that I’m looking forward to reading soon. Finished: First draft of the new novel is finished. It’s rough and…
I’m going to try to do a catchall writing post on the 4th weekend of every month. Technically I’m a day early, but now that it’s in my head I wanted to get it started. A way of keeping track of what I’ve done each month. August, 2018, has been fantastic. We started it off…
I’ve been working on a long post about our nation and our current political climate, but that’s a dissertation that’ll require another month to sort out in my head and hone. In the meantime, I wanted to reflect on 2017 and look forward to what 2018 may have in store for us. 2017 Writing Goals:…